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NLRB's 1st social media ruling: Slams Costco policy; greenlights defamation

It's been a while since I've addressed social media policies and the National Labor Relations Act on this blog. Longer than Kim K's marriage to what's his name? Indeed. Methinks things at the National Labor Relations Board have been quiet lately. Maybe a little too quiet. And then...

NLRB and Social Media Policy Savings Clauses

In a previous post, I provided some Lawffice Links relating to a recent NLRB decision ruling that a social media policy prohibiting defamation was overly broad (the Costco decision). A friend emailed me to remind me that the employer might have been able to save the policy with a "savings clause"...

2 tips to help your social media policy withstand NLRB scrutiny

Notwithstanding three social media advice memoranda , and another ruling from the National Labor Relations Board slamming Costco's social media policy , you'd think employers would have a better idea how to revise their social media policies so as not to risk violating the National Labor Relations...